Thursday | 24 July | 2014
How to tell people about your cancer is a personal decision
Nevo describes how she spoke to family and friends
Talking to other women with breast cancer can be a great support
Patricia and Janet talk about the Someone Like Me service
An event or challenge is a great way to get fit
Our top training tips can help make it a success


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